Le Pti Payot
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What exactly is the single most important commitment that a person could have? It is your house. Your home is the most significant because that is where you and all your family spend nearly all of your time. Family memories are created in your house along the way through the contented, yet from time to time, troublesome responsibilities of raising …
October 1, 2014
Seychelles is an archipelago in the Indian Ocean. The 155-island country is 932 miles east of mainland Africa. The granitic islands are considered the oldest and hardest granite in the world. The granite is what gives the Seychelles its beautiful piles of boulders. The majority of the islands are uninhabited, with many dedicated as nature reserves.
A transit point for trade between Africa and Asia, the ...
... in the Seychelles wishing we could return. Maybe we will. Thank you the staff of Octopus.
The location of our hotel has been very convenient. The resort itself extends a couple of locks to the sandy beach. There are about six restaurants, several ATM’s and three markets within walking distance.
On three nights we just grabbed a pizza or spaghetti at the hotel’s beach restaurant. ...
... sea mounts or in a channel between.
Our first dive was at a spot named Corral Garden. It should be named Octopus Garden. We saw more Octopus on this dive than we have seen in a lifetime of 800 dives. They were big and most were out and about. Most octopuses are nocturnal, shy and hide in crevices. These guys were out and about and the size of two hands. That was a pretty exciting start. We did the lunch and went diving again at 2:30 with a ...
... was gone! And in a short time, I got very full from the snacks that
we bought from various food stalls. Meanwhile, many locals were
eating ravenously in silence.
on the beach, the very fine sand on my feet felt so good. I stood
there on a strip where before us stretched the broad Indian Ocean.
The silence was complete, except for the gentle lapping of the waves,
and the rustling of palm leaves. With this slow ...